Regulatory Outlook 2020

Welcome to Mazars’ Regulatory Outlook for 2020. In this publication, we present our Banking clients with what we hope will be a useful snapshot of some of the regulatory developments they can expect to see over the coming year.

Our Banking practice is led by a dedicated team of former regulators, industry executives and senior professionals with a wealth of knowledge and practical experience.

We have asked some of our experts to pick five regulatory hot topics and tell you why these are the ones to watch and, how they can support you in quickly getting to grips with the strategic and operational challenges ahead.

As crucial issues such as climate change, data collection by regulators, the regulation of crypto-assets, IBOR reform and operational resilience continue to occupy the top of the regulatory agenda, we continue to help the banking industry, central banks and governments navigate through the web of regulatory, economic and political changes facing the industry.

Whilst we may not be able to predict what the future holds, we can ensure the decisions you need to make are robust and deliver lasting results to you and your stakeholders.

To read the full report please download our Regulatory outlook 2020 below.

Please note: The Advance calendar is not an exhaustive list and best efforts have been made to make it accurate at the time of publication.

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